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May 30, 1539 Hernando deSoto arrives in the vicinity of Tampa, Florida.
  Hernando deSoto
May 30, 1763 The Board of Trade, ruling English authority in the matter, instructs South Carolina governor Thomas Boone to cease granting Georgia land and withdrawing the land he had already granted
May 30, 1924 C. E. Woolman to become vice president of Huff Daland Dusters, Macon, Georgia.
  City of Macon, Georgia
  Delta Air Lines
May 30, 1939 Mayor William Hartsfield announces major improvements to Atlanta Airport (Candler Field) after two planes run off the runways earlier in 1939
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
May 30, 1941 At a meeting of the Board of Regents, Eugene Talmadge charges that Walter Dewey Cocking, then in Dean of the Education department of University of Georgia wanted to integrate a school in Athens.
May 30, 1966 Singer Dolly Parton marries Carl Dean in Ringgold, Georgia
  Catoosa County, Georgia
May 30, 1989 Speaker of the House Jim Wright, who suffered ethical problems thanks to unusual royalties from the sale of a book, becomes the first Speaker to resign. Pushing the investigation into Wright's ethics problems: Georgian Newt Gingrich
  Newt Gingrich
May 30, 2011 A Beechcraft Bonanza plowed into a mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Later investigation by the NTSB revealed a known issue with the altimeter, with no evidence the problem was corrected
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